Blue Bio toilet chemicals wanted

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  1. FM02MZO

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    We are looking for somewhere that sells Blue Bio toilet chemicals in the East Midlands, can you help?

    It's got to be Blue Bio and nothing else !
     
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    Doesn't appear to be anyone, but it's on Amazon
    Also ebay
     
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    I really want it from a accessory shop otherwise it gets expensive with C&P from eBay and Amazon.
     
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    Why use Blue? It is awful stuff, we use washing powder, usually Lidl but whatever we can get, at present in Morocco it is OMO (remember that?)
    There is no smell we go for five days at a time and everything is liquified.
    It is almost pleasant emptying except when following someone with Blue or worse still Green.
    I also empty into my sceptic tank at home with no problems.
    Also available very cheaply wherever you are.
    Ditch the Chemicals you will never regret it.
    Steve
     
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    Your Local Halfrauds do it :thumb:
    See HERE
    Dont Know how the price stacks up dont use it:Doh:
    Geo
     
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    Another vote for washing powder, :thumb: (in tablet form for us) in our SOG toilet, and for all the same reasons the OATs give above. :Wink:

    Cheers,

    Jock.
     
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    Washing powder

    If you use washing powder, what ratio do you mix it with water. And is it ok to use with an electric flush :Smile:
     
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    Sorry to ask but what is a SOG toilet? I know I may regret asking. :Eeek:
     
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    We use Bio washing liquid in those little dis-solvable packs, after emptying the cassette add a bit of water to start off and then drop the little pack down the loo. I sometimes cut open a pack when I fill the flush, I don't like the idea of that plastic in the floush as it doesn't seem to dissolve completely. I keep thinking I should buy some in bottle form for the flush.
     
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    Jock I thought SOG toilets negated the need to use any additives whatsoever. Just a change of the carbon filter every 12 months.


    'Remove the need for Chemicals completely, save money in the process ! Sold in Germany and throughout Europe since 1994'


    http://www.soguk.co.uk
     
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    We use something similar in our septic tank after it has been de-sludged. There are different brands - we get it in the farm shop and just ask for the "septic tank activator" and they have the stuff for the job.
     
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    I've got a bottle of blue bio in my van. Just there in case I run out of supermarket bio wash liquid which is much better, smells nicer and is a fraction of the price.
     
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    Ryedale caravans at Shepshed sell blue loo
     
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    I keep getting a lot of replies but not one of them tell me who stocks BLUE BIO toilet chemical.
     
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    I told you hours ago, AMAZON , EBAY , even blue bios own site tells you:BigGrin:
     
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